It took 6 years for Mazda to commercialize the rotary engine. The first rotary-powered Mazda was launched in 1967 as a sports car with a futuristic form. Powered by the compact and high-power "dream engine", the car was named "Cosmo Sport" after the Latin word "cosmo" that means space.

To celebrate the launch, Mazda hosted a big launch event at a hotel in Tokyo with 1,700 celebrity guests from inside and outside the auto industry, which commanded a huge attention from all over the world. Even though only 1,176 units were produced in total, many Cosmo Sports are kept alive on the street today by their passionate owners.

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Whenever I drive from Hiroshima to Okayama to visit my grandparents, the R360 Coupe had always been my partner on the road.


For a long time, my dream was to buy and drive the Porter Van. Meeting with other fans and owners to celebrate the 50th anniversary is a wonderful memory that I will never forget.


Since I discovered the CX-8, I began to deeply appreciate Mazda’s manufacturing philosophy.

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